By Verelucky on January 01, 2006
Photo by PaulaG
Photo by PaulaG
"Chinese Style Hot Mustard"
Serving Size: 1 (49 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"I made this tonight to go with my store bought egg rolls. Don't get to close while making it. I was making sure that it was smooth and apparently leaned to close. Boy did my eyes start to burn. When I recovered from that I took a little taste. Set my mouth on fire and had a shooting pain in my ear (Have a little ear infection. I think it's cured). Good stuff for sure! My DD who is not very brave with spicy stuff even liked it. This will be made many more times!"
"Very spicy!! Did add a little sugar as another recipe suggeted."
"This recipe deserves a 10 for heat! This was mixed up and served with recipe #406442 for a real sinus clearing experience."
"So simple and so perfect. At first I had trouble locating the English mustard but eventually found it in the spice section... Excellent taste and will really clear your sinuses... Thanks for posting it!"
"Excellent. I used with Recipe #15865 . My husband said it reminded him of a mustard they use to call "sinus cleaning mustard". Very strong. I bet it would taste great on a polish dog too."
"I wanted this for dinner tonight. It took all of....maybe 2.5 minutes and was just the ticket. I actually cut it in half since I'm the only hot mustard fan at my house. It was plenty hot even without resting. It was great and it was so easy I still can't believe it. Thanks!"
"Verelucky, saw this recipe for hot mustard, and you could of blown me over with the corn crib. I never knew that my favorite mustard could be made so easily. Hotter then cats on a tin roof too! Couldn't of been easier, and the taste 100 times better then those packets I keep in the junk drawer, just in case I need them. Who knew? Thanks so very much, Verelucky."
"Easy and excellent. If you use beer instead of water, it's truly blow-your-head-off spicy :)"